Rhonda Fleming passed away on October 14
Hollywood actress Rhonda Fleming was passed away at the age of 97 in Santa Monica, California. She was a star of the 1940s and 50s known as the Queen of Technicolour. Her cause of death was still not revealed. Her assistant Carla Sapon told me that she has died from aspiration pneumonia. And Rhonda was hospitalised for about a week.
At the age of 16, her acting was discovered by legendary Hollywood agent Henry Willson. Henry changed her name to Rhonda Fleming.
Rhonda contribution to Film
Till now Rhonda did more than 40 films and is the most glamorous actress of her days. She worked with the director Jacques Tourneur on “Out of the Past”, Robert Siodmak on “The Spiral Staircase,” and Alfred Hitchcock on “Spellbound.”
In 1957 she chose to christen the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas. She featured her last film was in the spy comedy The Nude Bomb in 1980. In 1990, she finally appeared in a short film, Waiting For The Wind.
All about Rhonda Fleming?
Rhonda Fleming was born in Marilyn Louis in Hollywood, California, on August 10, 1923. Fleming was a singer and American film and television actress. While attending Beverly Hills High School, from that time she starts working as a film actress.
Fleming was working for many charitable organisations, especially cancer care. Along with the acting, she is very much fond of music. So he flaunted her singing skills in the musical “A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court”.
She stepped on television with guest-starring roles on The Red Skelton Show, The Best of Broadway, etc.
In 1991, Fleming with her husband Ted Mann of Mann’s Theaters set up Clinic for Comprehensive Care for Women with Cancer at UCLA with the name Rhonda Fleming Mann Clinic. As in the memory of her sister, who died due to cancer, she became a supporter of cancer research.